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HOME, North West

Nickie Miles-Wildin

HOME is where the art is

Home is Where the Art Is is a collective of Disabled Artists who have met online since September 2020 to discuss HOMEs programming, influence HOMEs future and inspire their own creative practice. The project had to flex with the times and the group have met almost exclusively online to discuss the HOMEmakers commissions.

Through Nickie Miles-Wildin and Maddy Costa’s creative ice breakers the group began to gel and feel comfortable enough to be honest about what they did and didn’t enjoy, as well as flagging up any issues relating to access. As time went on the group began to share their own practice and work and even began to collaborate on projects.

The group are currently working on an artistic piece relating to ‘What Cultivates Inspiration’ and their time with Home is Where the Art is.


2 Tony Wilson Pl, Manchester M15 4FN

Nickie Miles-Wildin

Nickie Miles-Wildin

Nickie Miles-Wildin is Associate Director at Graeae Theatre Company where she leads their new writing programme. She is also Head of Young People’s Programme at the Royal Exchange Theatre. Previously she was Resident Assistant Director at the Royal Exchange Theatre as part of the Regional Theatre Young Directors Scheme. As an actor Nickie is best known for her role as Miranda in the Paralympics Opening Ceremony London 2012 and also Beryl Рher Bingo playing leopard print wearing alter ego. Nickie loves engaging with communities and creating original, unique, accessible work that can promote change